Sen. Mary Landrieu, who’s already in some trouble over billing for her jet flights, listed her family’s home as her residence in Louisiana when filing to run for re-election.
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That elicited some criticism and a lawsuit filed by Louisiana State Rep. Paul Hollis, who claimed she should be ineligible to run for a fourth term. Well, the issue is settled; the judge threw out the lawsuit, calling it “premature”:
U.S. Sen. Mary Landrieu will remain on the Nov. 4 ballot in Louisiana after a state judge dismissed a lawsuit Friday that had claimed the Democrat was not qualified to run for re-election because she lives full-time in Washington.